UFC Fight Night: Gane vs Spivac

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Dateline Paris, France!!

UFC is back to the city of love with another stacked Fight Night card after the success of their inaugural event in France last year.

We’re back with our breakdown and best bets, hope we can cash some tickets for you guys while you enjoy the fights, so let’s dive right in!!

Ciryl Gane vs Sergey Spivac

The UFC Heavyweight division has always grabbed the fight fans attention and it won’t change this weekend as we’ve got another ranked matchup in our main event.

Ciryl "Bon Gamin" Gane is regarded as one of the best prospects in this stacked Heavyweight division.

Gane has lost only to the two best Heavyweights of the generation, Francis Ngannou and Jon Jones.

The Frenchman is a precise striker with 60% striking accuracy and impeccable footwork which has helped him defeat top names like Tai Tuivasa, Alexander Volkov, and Derrick Lewis.

Gane has shown holes in his grappling game but never lost a non-championship fight so it will be intriguing to watch when he steps up to fight the "Polar Bear".

After some hiccups initially, Sergey Spivac has found his way to the top of the mountain.

The Moldova native has won six of his last seven fights while beating top names like Derrick Lewis, Aleksei Oleinik, and Tai Tuivasa.

In a division full of power punchers, Spivac provides a strong grappling style with elite submission skills which is a nightmare for the rest of the division.

With rumours of Jon Jones retiring in November, it makes every ranked matchup at Heavyweight crucial.

This fight provides a good mix of high-level MMA skills and it will be intriguing to see which style reigns supreme.

Best Bets

Our first bet this week comes on an explosive Lightweight bout between Benoit Saint-Denis and Thiago Moises.

Benoit arrived on the big stage after finishing highly touted prospect Ismael Bonfim, which earned him this spotlight.

Moises is 2-2 in his last 4 fights and Benoit has momentum on his side along with the home advantage in Paris, France.

We'll pick the Frenchman to get his hand raised in what will be a fun fight to watch.

Next up is a co-main event with title fight stakes in the Women’s Flyweight division.

"Thug" Rose is making her 125-pound debut against a tough undefeated UFC prospect in Manon Fiorot.

Rose has championship experience on her side, and she is famous for upsetting the odds so it's tough for us to look past the former champ at plus money.

Our final pick this weekend comes on our main event between Ciryl Gane and Sergey Spivac.

This is a great grappler versus striker fight and a tough one to call.

Although we think their styles will cause violence and this bout will end inside 2.5 rounds.

Selection: Benoit Saint-Denis (Winner) @1.59

Selection: Rose Namajunas (Winner) @2.42

Selection: Under 2.5 Rounds (Asian total, Ciryl Gane vs Sergey Spivac) @1.62

Selection: Parlay all Selections @6.23